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Error: Change User Permissions Wizard

Posted on 2006-10-31
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I was running the 'Change User Permissions Wizard' to replace the permissions on a new SBS 2003 install.

I encountered the following error upon "completion" of the wizard:
   "The wizard was not able to update all of the user account permissions.
     For more information view the file C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business
    Server\Support\change_user_permissions_wizard.log.  Do you want to view the file?"

And when viewing the file this is the reported information:
   "Wizard Execution:
                 Entering the MigUsr Committer...
                             Failed to find Users Shared Folder with error [0x80070005].
                             Failed to create the Login Script with error [0x80004005].
                                       Failed to create the path to the Old Login Script [\\ServerName\sysvol\domain.lan\scripts]                                
                                               with  error [0x5].
                             Failed to set the Login Script for user [LDAP://CN=User Name, OU=SBSUsers, OU=Users,
                                               OU=MyBusiness, DC=domainname, DC=LAN] with error [0x80004005].  
                Leaving the MigUsr Committer...
                Entering the Template Committer...
                Leaving the Template Committer...
                StampAllUsers - Returned [0x80004005]
                DoOfflineABTask - Returned [0]"

Note on the installation/configuration:
   I replicated AD to this server from another DC taken offline from the production network.
   Are the OU's listed in the error output part of the standard SBS configuration?
     -> I did not originally have the SBSUsers and MyBusiness OU's.

Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks in advance!
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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That would be your problem... you can't replicate AD to an SBS in that manner unless you follow ALL the steps listed in this KB article:  
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/884453

However, since I would guess you are past the point of complying with the steps at the beginning of that article, you'll probably have to fully reinstall to correct this.

Jeff
TechSoEasy
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by:genesissi
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In fact I did follow those steps (per http://www.sbsmigration.com/ method), but, I simply moved the Users into the new SBSUsers OU and that solved the problem.

Thanks for the input though Jeff!
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by:Jon_Aherne
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check to see if anyone has removed renamed the share permissions on the users home folder
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